Revolutionary reform, campaign


Letters to the Editor

Faris Al-Rawi, Minister of Local Administration and Rural Development – Angelo Marcelle

THE EDITOR: The Local Government Reform Bill has passed and such recognition from our first responders is an auspicious sign. In addition, the WeCleanTT campaign was a success.

This conception of political control is important for coordinating programs and administrative functions appropriate to each municipality. All are coupled to observe the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, in sync with our cultural jurisprudence. The reform therefore sets the tone for greater organizational planning and execution of deliverables to meet the needs of local communities.

Aldermen are incisive and essential players in local economic development strategies. They target resources and services to address poverty-stricken areas, build community resilience to natural disasters, advocate for the rights and protection of disadvantaged groups, regulate safe environmental policies and practices, coordinate land use planning of the territory, promote awareness-raising programs and projects for impact, increase community participation and foster relationships between civil, public and private organizations to achieve nation-building success.

The reform strengthens implementation and improves capacity building. Recognition of the roles and responsibilities of local government practitioners should expose the stories of the arduous, laborious but rewarding times of great sacrifice to meet the needs of thousands of bourgeois, which should not be taken lightly because the role weighs heavily.

That said, congratulations are in order to the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Faris Al-Rawi, and the government for achieving these milestones. All are warmly welcomed.


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